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6/26/16, BALTIMORE, MD --
The U.S. Justice Department reports that Baltimore had the nation's highest increase in homicides in 2015 (up 58.5%) with "more than twice as many killings as the three cities that tied for second." Baltimore had 344 murders in 2015, 127 more than in 2014. (Source: Baltimore Sun, Jessica Anderson)
6/15/16, BALTIMORE, MD --
In 2015, Baltimore (pop. 622,793) had a per-capita murder rate of 55 people for every 100,000 residents. There were 637 shootings in the city, a 72% increase from 2014 when there were 370. (Source: New York Times, Jess Bidgood)
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Plant Today For a Better Tomorrow
Warren Buffett may be Open Door America's favorite rich man. He just seems to get it.
Recently, we ran across a January 2017 replay of a Warren Buffet interview on the Charlie Rose show. We like what he said about life and time:
"I can buy anything I want, but I can't buy time. There is no way I will ever be able to buy more time."